NEWS: Lapland Ice Driving Courses Get Three New Supercars
Ever fancied having a go at ice driving? You should do! It's amazing! And one company that do it very well is Lapland Ice Driving – who have expanded their extensive selection of high-performance cars (that already includes high-performance machinery from Subaru, Audi and Lamborghini) for the 2014 season with the addition of three exciting new vehicles – a 560bhp BMW M5 F10, a new 991 911 and a cult classic, the Lancia Delta Intégrale Evo 2.The slick courses take place just 80km from the Arctic Circle and Lapland Ice Driving features exact replicas of world-famous racing circuits Silverstone and Paul Ricard – allowing participants the unique thrill of high-speed drifting on instantly recognisable tracks, with top tuition and hospitality.
The Lancia Delta Intégrale range is most famous for its glittering success on the international rallying scene, capturing five successive manufacturers' world titles between 1987 and 1991. And with multiple wins in the snow of Rally Sweden and on the icy stages of Monte Carlo its Lapland pedigree is undeniable. Launched in June 1993, the Intégrale Evo 2 produces more power and torque than its predecessor thanks to a raft of technical upgrades and will make an ice driving experience to remember we reckon.
Lapland Ice Driving say: "The addition of these three cars, as well as the already impressive selection available, help to secure our position as the premier facility of its kind."